Guys… I’ve spent months reading on here and made the plunge and bought some batteries (from IMR- super cool) and need assistance.
I have a modded boosted v1. It was running some 10s2p configuration where each pack was arranged (plus/minus/plus/minus/plus/minus/plus/minus/plus/minus) and then connected in series via copper wire, and paralleled together via 10g wire.
The packs are somewhat old and i wanted to get some additional Range.
Now… I’m new to battery making and opted to pick up a spot welder. But, from what I gather from endless reading, a nickel strip of 0.15mm connecting my setup in series is going to be extremely inefficient for the power of the 30q cels. Is this true? If so… why do so mang people do it here?
Should I connect them via Copper? If so… solder? Please be easy on me… I’ve spent countless hours reading and really want to do this the right way.